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Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

Love Kelly Sue DeConnick

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Posted by Vance Astro

I like DeConnick but this book sounds corny...

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Posted by ZbvmX

Try reading "Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight" by Alex de Campi. The story in issues 3-4 (Prisonship Antares) also explores the women-in-prison exploitation genre. It's quite a fun read and should give readers an idea what this genre is all about.

Edited by RazzaTazz

Female prison break sounds fun.

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Posted by ScarletBatman

Definitely trade wait. :D

Edited by Outside_85

I honestly wonder why people are so interested in revivals of old stuff that most people consider very, very poor?

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Posted by charlieboy

i have loved everything I have read by her so far.

Edited by fps_dean

Not much or a prison story fan (unless we're talking Walking Dead) but I'll hive it a shot. Pretty Deadly didn't sound like my bag and it's been atop my pull list ever since I read the first issue...

Posted by RebeccaJClifton

my classmate's sister-in-law makes $71 hourly on the laptop. She has been out of work for eight months but last month her paycheck was $14824 just working on the laptop for a few hours.

i was reading this.....

www.Jobs59.com

Posted by TheHerosTale

Will there be transwomen in this prison? It won't be a contemporary feminist piece without transwomen.